The Spike: or, Victoria University College Review October, 1920
Haigh v. Watkins—This proved a very interesting go. In the first and second rounds Haigh got in some good foot work and a few good upper cuts. Watkins, however, did not take it all lying down, and replied with good body punches and an occasional one on the jaw. The third round was in Watkins' favour, but Haigh had established too big a lead in the first two rounds. The referee gave Haigh the decision.
Dickson v. Sapsford—"Dickson proved too forceful a fighter for his opponent."—"Dominion." Sapsford will probably shake things up next Easter.
The final for the Light-weights between Dickson and Haigh was fought on a subsequent evening, Dickson being declared winner.